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Sóller is a peaceful, charming town on the northwest coast of Majorca. The town's prosperity and rise to prominence began in the 10th Century after the Moorish occupation. Farming was established and the town is famous for its lush orange groves set between the Tramuntana mountains and the sea. The Fiesta of Oranges, typically taking place every June, celebrates Sóller's heritage.
Sóller is captivating, enjoyable and even educational. It has some outstanding museums and historic festivals which take place throughout the year making it a wonderful base for a family holiday. With alluring restaurants and sunny beaches, Sóller is also perfect for a romantic getaway. Renting a villa or apartment in the rugged surrounding countryside is a popular option for mountain bikers, joggers and hikers. But there's plenty for sun, sea and beach lovers too: the nearby port and beaches means it's easy to go for a swim or rent a boat.
Renting a villa or apartment in Sóller puts everything on your doorstep: snorkeling in clear turquoise water, relaxing on sun-kissed beaches and hiking on the challenging Tramuntana mountains. If you prefer more urban pleasures then Sóller itself offers wonderful restuarants and charming shopping.
It's obvious why Sóller is such a popular holiday destination: beautiful rustic countryisde to the east and clear, alluring seas and beaches to the west. The town is perfectly located for all types of holidays: romantic getaways, family holidays or just a well-earned break. It's also easy to get to: Palma airport, with direct flights to the UK and most major European cities, is only a 40 minute drive away.
Enjoy the space and privacy of Sóller by renting a villa with a private pool. Relax with a view of the sea twinkling in the distance, giving you easy access to the beaches and attractions of Sóller.
Sóller is a charming, historic town in the northwest of Majorca. It is shadowed by the striking Serra de Tramuntana mountain range in the southeast and has spellbinding views of the Balearic sea to the northwest. The Moorish invasion around 900AD established irrigation and the town cultivated silk worms and orange farming. The silk worm and textile industries are long since gone, and even though they have a festival dedicated to it hardly anyone picks oranges anymore. In season oranges litter the ground as the town now thrives on holiday makers and the tourist industry.
Rich in culture, Sóller offers plenty of sightseeing options. One of the oldest is Església de Sant Bartomeu, the church of Sant Bartomeu, in the main square, dating back to the early thirteenth century. There are two museums in town worth seeing: the first is the Museo Balear de Ciencias Naturales, otherwise known as the Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences. The second is the Can Prunera or the art museum. The Jardi Botanic de Soller, or the Botanical Gardens, is also also nearby.
Sóller is also well-known for it's year-round schedule of festivals including Es Firo, the mock battle between the Christians and the Moorish invaders which takes place every May.
Sóller is calm and family-friendly with limited nightlife. The beautiful rural surroundings include mountain trails, hills perfect for brisk walks and winding roads for keen cyclists. For more romantic souls, an old electric train, Tren de Soller, goes from Sóller to Palma approximately every two hours and provides a beautiful and relaxed way of reaching the capital Palma.
Apart from the usual sights, restaurants and bars Port de Sóller has some beautiful beaches around four kilometres from the town of Sóller. As it's a port there are some wonderful sea based activities you should try. For example, snorkelling in the turquoise waters in Cova des Vell Mari will leave you speechless. If you're after peace and quiet you could try renting a boat or a yacht, with or without a skipper, and enjoy the stunning seas around the island.
When it comes to eating out there are several good local restaurants in the town. Ca'n Boqueta and Sa Cova are a couple worth visiting. However if you want to earn your dinner then you might consider a walking to the charming historic village of Fornalutx. It is approximately two and a half kilometres north-east from the centre of Sóller and has some beautiful restaurants.
Sóller's climate is warm and temperate, perfect for a holiday at any time of the year and you can expect a gentle breeze whenever you visit. During winter the temperatures in the day rarely fall below twelve degrees Celsius and in the summer you should be prepared for the low thirties. Click here to find out more about Sóller weather.
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